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The Healy mix is great except for the technical difficulties during Stranger. Set 1 is weak on lryics, but Jerry's solos make up for it. Big RR and Music are typical: start off weak, mess up the words, then finish strong after great guitar work.
Set 2 is powerful, and the La Bamba is indeed sweet. Fun to hear Jerry sing the spanish lyrics.
One last comment: the use of arrows to denote musical transitions is abused on this set list. There is no musical transition from Stranger to Franklin's for instance. Not too much time elapses between the two songs, but there is no transition. Same goes for Bertha and Cumberland, and Cumberland to Playin. There are breaks between these songs, and I wish people wouldn't use arrows where they don't belong. It's misleading and inaccurate.
Subject: La Bamba!!
Two of the greatest Mexican-Americans. God Bless!! The movie came out July 24, 1987. Sweet!